Frequently Asked Questions

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How are delivery times affected by Covid?

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We now carry new vehicles in stock and with our new car remote buying process you can have your new car delivered within 48 hours.

My vehicle’s MOT expiry was extended due to covid, when should I book my MOT Test?

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If your vehicle was part of the Governments automatic 6 month extension, you will need to book your MOT in the usual manner, up to 30 days prior to the 6 month extension expiry date.

When are the new models Swace and Across available?

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Due to Suzuki’s recent partnership with Toyota, these models are available to order now.

Is Suzuki Swift a good car?

In providing low running costs, distinctive styling, and with plenty of practicality for growing families, the Suzuki Swift is the ideal choice for discerning motorists. Not only that, but it offers great reliability and is affordable to repair should any issues arise during your ownership. You can learn more by visiting our Suzuki Swift new car page today or by getting in touch with a member of the team at Islington Suzuki.

What does Suzuki mean in Japanese?

As a Japanese manufacturer renowned for quality, it’s not surprising that you may be wondering what the name Suzuki actually means. The word itself translates as ‘bell wood’, ‘bell tree’, or ‘bud tree’, and is also the second most popular surname in the country.

Is Suzuki Jimny a good car?

Absolutely. In fact, we believe it’s a fantastic car. Stylish, capable and determined, there’s no challenge it can’t overcome. Plus, with a 1.5-litre engine that offers great torque and responsive performance, you can be confident of tackling any terrain with aplomb. Discover more about the Suzuki Jimny on our new page listing today, or get in touch with a member of our team to book a test drive. You won’t be disappointed.

Are Suzuki Vitaras reliable?

Big, bold, and with a commanding presence on the road, you can be certain that the Suzuki Vitara is tough and rugged too. As such, the model is reliable and hardworking, meaning you won’t be making regular stops at a workshop for maintenance.

Are Suzuki cars expensive to repair?

Should you experience an accident or any mechanical issues with your vehicle, you can rest assured that the costs associated with repairs are among the most competitive around. In a recent study by Money Supermarket and Warranty Direct, Suzuki models were actually found to be the cheapest to fix, alongside Honda and Toyota models. Speak to a member of the aftersales department at Islington Suzuki to learn more today.